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    Re: 14e Lattice Sieve 1.08 (notphenomiix6) vs 1.08

    Yes, never save it as a .txt file, boinc will disregard it.

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    Re: 14e Lattice Sieve 1.08 (notphenomiix6) vs 1.08

    Quote Originally Posted by Sphynx View Post
    Yes, never save it as a .txt file, boinc will disregard it.
    It was not the extension of the file but the format of the xml file. You should not open it with standard notepad and save it.

    Anyway, if somebody wants to join the 14e fun, we have a lot of queued work to be processed. There's a list of 61 composites from HCN project (Homogeneous Cunningham) to sieve which will give an estimate number of 750k wus!!!! Moved 8 cores to 14e application to run for some badges.

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    Re: 14e Lattice Sieve 1.08 (notphenomiix6) vs 1.08

    I'm always on NFS, so I am with you on those 14's.

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    Re: 14e Lattice Sieve 1.08 (notphenomiix6) vs 1.08

    Quote Originally Posted by pinhodecarlos View Post
    It was not the extension of the file but the format of the xml file. You should not open it with standard notepad and save it.

    Anyway, if somebody wants to join the 14e fun, we have a lot of queued work to be processed. There's a list of 61 composites from HCN project (Homogeneous Cunningham) to sieve which will give an estimate number of 750k wus!!!! Moved 8 cores to 14e application to run for some badges.
    The ONLY thing I use to modify my .xml files for BOINC is NOTEPAD.


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    Re: 14e Lattice Sieve 1.08 (notphenomiix6) vs 1.08

    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan View Post
    The ONLY thing I use to modify my .xml files for BOINC is NOTEPAD.
    Didn't work out for myself.

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    Re: 14e Lattice Sieve 1.08 (notphenomiix6) vs 1.08

    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan View Post
    The ONLY thing I use to modify my .xml files for BOINC is NOTEPAD.
    Same here.


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    Re: 14e Lattice Sieve 1.08 (notphenomiix6) vs 1.08

    Yes, i use only notepad or wordpad to edit .xml files. But you have to be sure you save the file as plain text, with the .xml suffix, and not .txt.

    Also, be sure you you set explorer to always show file extensions. You may think you saved it as "app_config.xml", but it REALLY saved as "app_info.xml.txt". But you can't see the .txt suffix because explorer is hiding it.
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    Re: 14e Lattice Sieve 1.08 (notphenomiix6) vs 1.08

    I'm slowly moving along the 14e stats with full 10 cores only pausing 4 cores on weekends to post-process integers to help the project keep up the pace with sieving.
    Lots of jobs are coming from here: http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/uc...mack/homcun.pl. Goal is to clean that list, 9k wus per number.

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